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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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forr'iihru'lv.TiiM'M e i.tliT nuperlor tn.li.w-!i-,.in.
Imth a io nu. M ofehurie and iiiumier or
Loral noticet t"nty c-iiw !";r Hue for flrt ln r
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' 1 Kim '.IllUl't in, t iro F lilHuil."
s.irv.-'t (i-nh "" ''"' J,aUJ' in
mily Moniin? D.iily in Smitlicrn Illinois
olKH Al. r.M'EIt OV ALEXAXDSR torXTV.
M.H. iriirroll, Kditor.
SusATOit CoNKMMi let it be known that
lin Is p;osc(l to the continuation of the
President's New York custom liousc ap
liuinti'cs. It is to 1)3 rogn tti'il that the radical or
r:iiw have failed to notice the horrible
lyneliinj; of two negroes by some "earnest"
Republicans of Nebraska last week. They
are as blind, to tliis outrage, as liats iu sim
Uglit. The drunkenness 'if Kdgar Allen Poe was
under discussion by a1iimond temperance
gaiety. A speaker dwelt on the poet's dis
graceful death. Dr. Mason, who attended
liim in his last illness, replied : "He died
like a gentleman. For days before his
death he utterly refund stimulants of all
kinds to allay bis nervous excitement, ami
died a sober man, truly penitent for his past
Most of the Socialists who were expelled
from Berlin by the recent order of the po
lice have left. Their applications tor ex
tension of time in or.b.'." that they might
arrange their affairs and make provision
for their families wer? uniformly denied,
and in soma casi-s gnat distress and sufT-r-isg
will result. A number of tiie expelled
will emigrate to America, England, and
Switzerland, while a few will endeavor to
r-tnain in those parts of (ienunny wliiul'
ere n jt aff.-cted by thy deer": of expulsion.
TriF. Alton Democrat says and we agree
with it, -If a Republican must be elected
r.iited States senator, we say let it be John
A. Logan. No Republican deserves more,
and no oilier Republican iu Illinois as much
ns he.' "Whatever didikn the average
Democrat may entertain for Logan's politi
cal principles, the more independent of
them undoubtedly admire his splendid
fighting qualities, as exhibited both in the
Held and on the forum. The ISloomingtou
Leader, commenting upon the above remark,
"Thin Is In Mtmn:; coiilraM nlth Hie rnmt-e of
nne-l of Hid Di'iiiornillc pii'ierHlowitnMic'U. Loiin.
OrUliinrlly, Iifinornits ri.niiiU forgive l.o;;nu Inr
liaviiif li'I'l Hie lli'iiiiii'i'iitic jiuity."
Tiik ri'ptii't of the burning of two human
beings at the slake by a Nebraska mob,
was a shock to the si nsihilitie.s of ordinary
humanity everywhere; and renders still
more apparent the necessity for denouncing
penalties of greatly increased seventy
against men who organize themselves into
mobs to adiniiiistei'siuiiniary punishment to
supposed or real law-breakers. The two
men bin ned were accused of horsc-ste!ing.
Admit that the ueeiis.a.ioii could have been
made good in a court of law, the Nebraska
mob had no moral or le.il right to admin
ister punishment; mid in burning (lie ac
cused men, the members of the mob com
mitteda crime for which every one ofihem
should hang. Their act surpasses in its
savagery, the most diabolical deeds of the
Conianches or the bloody Apaches. It
.t.iv, tinlixt), ,,lml, U1MHV noim BDpiwU'H
our civilization from a barbarism ns black
as any that darkens the pages of modern
Tiik propos-titm to issue 1 Minds of the de
nomination of $10 ullll fr, at a low rate of
interest, and put them on sale at stated re
isitai ies, that the poor people, of the coun
try may be afforded k;,iV means of invest
ing their savings, Ktvikes the public H8 H
most commendable impure: and as one
that would put an end to such villainies us
distini;iiihhed the failure of the Fidelity
and other so-called Ravings' bunks. In this
view of (he case the suggestion U certainly
h good one; but would not its adoption
ino-t w riously contract the volume of our
currency, and put the government in the
position of hunker to the people, As n
.measure to obtain means to pay off the 5-30
TIIR DAILY CM
bonds, it presents no serious objections, as
the money invested would immediately llnd
its way back into the hand of thu people;
but beyond this the sale of such bonds
should not be encouraged.
Si natou Rumm: takes it for granted
that wherever in the South there aro more
negroes than white men, that fair voto
would show a majority of Republicans. It
amounts to nothing that as long ago as the
election of 1 S7G, hundreds and thousands
of negro voters organized themselves into
Democratic clubs, and with music pi lying,
banner llutterimj and cannons thing,
marched to the polls and cast their "votes
for Tilden and Hendricks. Neither does it
amount to anything in bis view that negro
orators were on the stump in all parts of
Louisiana, Oeorgia, Mississippi and Smith
Carolina; and that every town of consider
able size in all these states, boasted its col
ored Democratic organization. The plea
that colored Republicans were intimidated
and kept away from the polls, is shown to
be false by the full vote thrown ; and no
body prcteuded to deny Governor Hamp
ton's .stateni"nt, made only a few days utter
the election, that ho otic bis cotemporary
Dem'oerutic candidates, received the votes
of forty thousand colored voters. All these
facts are ignored by Republican congress
men, who affect to believe and openly de
clare that the colored man, once a Repub
lican is always a Republican.
Mu. Edison has shown himself a public
benefactor, and now it is a matter of no
considerable consequence whether be per
fects his great light within a month or two.
or whether ten years from now he fluds
himself as far from tho end at which he
alms, as he now is. The most important re
sult of bis alleged discovery is seen in the
efforts of uas companies to produce cheaper
gas. The (.''mcinnatiaiw, taking advantage
of the situation, are demanding gas at $1.50
per thousand rubic feet. A late number of
the Cincinnati Enquirer says that within
the past year, no less than six thousand
consumers have dropped off, because of the
refusal of the gas company to lower its
rates.- In view of the possible substitution
of the electric light, the probabilities are
that the demand will be complied with;
and that before another twelve-mouth has
pi.sscd, gis companies will be the masters
of processes that will enable them to fur
nish gas at less than one dollar per thou
sand. Some of the towns m England have
already reduced the price to (10 cents per
thousand. If American gas companies can
ever bring their prices down to the same
figure, they will be safe from competition,
unless some genius discovers means of res
Tin; government of the principality of
Waldech, in Germany, has set an example
worthy of imitation, and especially of the
imitation of America and France, whose
people consume more intoxicating fluids
than any like number of people elsewhere
fin the face of the globe. The Waldechian
government has given public notice that no
license to marry will hereafter be granted
to any individual who is addicted to drunk
enness, or, if having been so, he must ex
hibit full proofs that he is no longer a slave
to this vice. The same government has
also directed that in every report made by
the ecclesiastical, municipal and police au
thorities, upon petition for license to marry,
the reporter shall distinctly state whether
either of the parties desirous of entering
into matrimonial connection, is addicted to
intemperance or otherwise. If our temper
ance men would dir.rt their energies to the
accomplishment of practical ineiures like
this, something would come of their labors.
No measure within thu reach of the temper
ance organizations of the country would
bring such wide spread blessings and bene
fits to our race, as the one suggested. Its
effects would be it blessing to posterity that
would show itself in a healthier and hap
pier race of children; in better fathers and
THE WHIPPING POST.
There is soma talk of introducing the
whipping post in Missouri. The subject
was debated by the grand jury of Roono
county the other day, and the following ad
dress, signed by ten of the jurors, was ad
dressed t the legislature :
"We, the members of the grand jury of
lioonc county, Mo., now Bitting at Colum
bia, would respectfully represent to your
honorable Imdy that from long personal ex
perience in tun s past, and numerous cases
now undergoing examination hy us, we arc
convinced that the law iu regard to all pet
ty offences is wrong, and from tho heavy
eosts iu tilts aggregate in the vast number
of cases occurring, more punishment is im
posed on the honest taxpayer than is in
flicted on the criminal by small pecuniary
tines or short term of imprisonment. We
would resteetfully recommend that num
mary puninhment be inflicted by use of the
whipping post, or huch other means us your
honorable body may deem best."
"A kiiiksi) in need is a friend Indeed."
Such a friend is Dr. Bull's Cough Byrup,
which should be In every family; it cosU
only 25 cents u bottle uud muy suvo many
Foil the best California Brandies and
Wines, go to Stockfi.kth & Dnowi.
HO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER li, 18?6.
Mutiny Oa Shipboard.
Bloody doino ok oiuckk sailoiis, who ai--ti.iuvaiidh
i'l.l xokd into tiik hica and
A latn New York telegram says that the
British bark Onuway, (.'apt. .lames Wilinot,
jut. arrived from tho Mediterranean, was on
her passage out, the scene of a piraical effort
on the part of two of tho crew which equals
in boldness of conception and njrocily of
execution nny sensational story of thu hue
ianeers and their ilk that was ever written.
On the 1st of last August the Onuway was
near some of the islands of the Grecian
archipelago on her way from New York to
Trieste. At 10 o'clock in the evening no
of the Greek sailors naineil Nicholas Pijter
felled a seaman, Manual Enos, to the djck
with an nx. Peter then shouted to he
mate that there was alight ahead and '.on
that officer coming up struck him u win
der of time with the same weapon, mid
then tried to throw him overboard, but i5d
not succeed. Ill the meantime the ol'i r
Greek came up and struck tho prosti.r.e
mate several wicked blows. The two mur
derers then proceeded to the cabin wline
tint cook niul boatswain were sleeping but
the hitter was aroused by thu noise on deck,
and, coining out, received two blows on his
head with tin ax which felled him. On
rising he was slabbed in the buck and sev
eral parls of his body. He tlcn ran for re
fuge toward the captain's cabin, pursued by
the two men, who pushd him down the
ladder into the cabin, The cook was also
attacked, uud. as be, too. ran for vl'w
toward the after part of the ship, he wai
wounded on the head by a blow from an nx.
The captain was aroused by his wife, w !io
told him that she hear cries of 'lnurdn'"
on deck. He rushed on deck, but met the
wounded boutswain bleeding. The enptuiu
took the boatswain into his cabin, ami then
went on deck where the mutineers rislied
for him, when he tired, badly wounoing
Margin, the second Greek. Both of them
then rushed forward, ami after thrcwiii''
lxith their chests and a ladder overl oard
went over the side after them. The ship
was tlien sailing rapidly and a high sen was
running, so the men must have quiokly
gone astern and drowned. The Onaway
then made for Malta, where the wounled
were taken to the hospital, where the mate
lies in a very precarious condition, his soull
having been badly fractured. The lxut
swain, Nelson, and the seaman, Enos, have
also had their sculls fractured, but hopes
are entertained of their recovery. The
boatswain has also nine knife wounds in
his lody. The Greeks are believed to have
shipped with the idea of taking possesion
of the ship when they arrived near the
island on which they belonged, and tlicre
to have disiosed of the valuable cargo.
Cakt loads of medicinal rubbish are
swallowed by invalids, and their physical
troubles thus kept alive for years, when
thut peerless tonic stimulant and corrective,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, would speedily
set the disordered and worn out mechanism
of the system in active ami healthful opera
tion again. It lias been demonstrated over
and over again that the requirements of the
sick are answered far better by tlu Bitters
than by n majority of the miscalled rem
edies of the phiirmacopii'ia. The stomach
is strengthened, the liver regulated, the
bowels put in proper order, the blood en
riched and purified, and the nervous system
rendered tranquil and vigorous by this ines
timable family medicine and safeguard
again.it disease, which is, moreover, u most
agreeable and effective appetizer, and a cor
dial peculiarly adapted to the wants of the
aged and infirm, delicate fcmaHs, nnd con
valescing patients. It is, besides, im
mensely popular as an antidote to malaria.
Wickkd koh Ci.i:ii(;y.mi;x. "I believe it
to lie all wrong and even wicked for cler
gymen or other public men to be led into
giving testimonials to quack doctors or vile
stuffs culled medicines, but when a really
meritorious article is made up of common
valuable remedies known to all, and that
all pliy.-iciuns use and trust in daily, we
should freely commend it. I therefore
cheerfully and heartily commend Hop Bit
ters for the good they have don't me and my
friends, firmly believing they have no equal
for family use, I will not be without
them." Rev. , Washington, D. ('.
Horn! Amkiih-a ami Soi tiikhn I'mtld
S'iatks. Owing to the warm imd delight
ful climates, their inhabitants grow sallow
from torpid Livers, Indigestion and all (lis
eiisos arising from disordered Stomach and
Bowels. Tli y should of course, ut all
times keep f he liver active, and to our read
ers we would recommend Tablcr's Vegeta
ble Liver Powder. Taken in time, will of
ten savo money and much suffering. Price
SO cent. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo,
Tuii Bi.tki'.yk. It isaweli established
act, t hat Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment
will cure, if used according to directions,
the JCsculus Hippocastauum, or Horse
Chestnuts, commonly known ns the Buck
eye, has been highly esteemed for many
years, owing to tho fact, that it possesses
virtues, lying in the bitter principle called
Esculin, which can be utilized for tho cure of
Piles. If affected w ith that terrible dis
ease, use Buckeye Pile Ointment nnd be re
lieved. Barclay Brothers, agents, Cairo, 111.
To all who arc sullering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE
OK CHARGE. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in America.
Send a half-addressed envelope to the Rev.
JosHi-it T. Inmas, Station D. Bible House,
New York City.
Mrs. I.ettio Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, lietwren Washing
ton nnd Commercial avenues, and takes this
method of informing her old friends and
patron thut she is nguln ut their services,
and solicits their patronage. She has re
duced prices to suit thu times.
JfOTTO & FOfJASSI'S j
OI.I) OKI, Ml IN U'Olini.DIMi.OllIOLLVEK,
Con ilih'ti'il on Hie Kiiropi'sn pliia, Mu tlin Uncut
litlilo ill nny liou-v Ill tliiM liy. Spi'i'liil rnli'M
lor lilimlll or uoek, to ri'uiilnr people.
I oiiliuiie 1 villi I lie rcatmiriiiit I" I lie
Kl.NKST 11 A K IN TIIK CITY,
Supplied Willi Hie CliolrMt Wine mill t.l ilort .
Mixed I J I o kn H Sperlnlly. Ut'nlaimitit niul
hiilouiiOpeii ill All lloiiiv, Diiy uud NUIil.
UKY (iOODS. inc.
The largest wholesale mid retail Dry
Goods mid Clothing House in tlii City;
are rereivinir new Goods daily and arc
offering great bargains in tlieiiio.st hand
some lines of CAKPKTS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTISGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Lou
retton, and a great many other new
styles of Press Goods, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every depart meat of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the public
to call and see their stock.
Kignof tht UuflWo Hed.
utt0 Cairo, 111.
K0F.HI.KR BROS., Proprietors,
J OK AlJKI.Ti. Agent.
A full nnd complete imppW of the l)it of nil
k I n (I tn i'ii l hIk'svh on hiind. orders til led ut nut
hour, dsv nruliiit.
Of Ten Year IXiratiou. The Discharges
Thick, Bloody, and of Foul Odor.
Senses of Smell und Taste Wholly
Gone. Entirely Cured by
SAXFUUD'S RADICAL CUKE
Meri". Wkekn A 1'lTTKli: (lent'.enii'n- I feel
einiipi'lli'il In iirkiicwleili.'i' Iii you llie t'rciit ln'iii llt
Sa n i iiu'o li.MiiiAi. i'l kk let !' n tn me. Fur
iimny years I liuu- lierii iilflicted with thin limtli
fnnii' (lioaM uud I'rpei liillv in the winter time hu
it hei-ii niiii't k'UTi'. The rflwhuriti' lis. Iieen thick
nil I liluuily. t eiiitlhi; it foul mlur to hml lliut eiy
Pitm uci' Iu ii room ilh ntherx whs very iiffencive tn
them. One viri k tifUTi'OiiiiiicnciiiK the um; nf Sas
umiiV Hadii ai. t no: I hu nut troubled villi I: ut
nil. My Hiiinfii nf luMe it ml mii'll, vtlilih were
wholly irniie. have now fully ret lined, met my ei u
crnl lieullli l mueli Improved, Your.
.MKLllol HNL II. r'ulM).
Short hiiiel Writer,
CiiAso l'Ai'ins. M ich., Nov. a, imtu.
(iKNTi.r.MKN : The pie loiee of SANroiin's ( i iik
iiirivi.'il iieru to nilit hII nulil. I don t know hut
1 nhoulil Iihm- iliue; if It hud not Ivi'ii fer lliU reme
dy. I Imve tried NumiI lloiiilii'n uud er t hi lie;
i'Ihi'. Mid. nlllioii-h I lime been aide to Hop the til
feiiMvi; iliHt liitrk'e, 1 hove not lieeii aide to rei over
my H'lint'col'taiii! iiiel hinell until I tried San roan's
cuk You ciin refer nny one joiicIioom; In me.
and I will t'lu'crlullv inform them iu detail m, to the
lieiiflit the remeiiy lint liei.'ti lo lie'. Noiirf,
Jir.Milil ltNK II. 'liltl).
(Ousu IIai'ihs. Mlt ti , Nov. 15, 1S7II.
SAXFORD'S RADICAL CL'RE
fiolotily promptly urre-tt the cnrroilln!! disi'IriievM
Iu I aturrli. lint, liy fyinp:ithelie urtinn. Il ri -lore
10 Hill ml henllll nil the dl'ieilli. of the le;i tllllt llllW
lieeome nil'iM ied liy II, nnd enhililt any ol the I'olknv
III); Hllt'i lioln-;
liefei'tivf! Kyi'sMit, Iiillanieil ami Jlallery K.vi's,
I'lillil'lll Hint Watery Kji'S, J.n-s ol' lleiirili!.'.
Karm Iii', Neur.ilula ol ' t lie. Kar, HiM-liurces IVoin
I'jir, llliniiin: Nnlvs In tin- linn!. Iiv.iness.
Nervous lli'ail.ielie, 1'ulns Iii the. Temples, Low
of tin' SeiiM .s ol' Taste mill Smell, Klonyrat Ion ol
the I'vala, Iiilliiinmall'iii ol' tile Tonsils, I'uliid
Sore riirout, Tlilllic or lliteklnsr t'uiich, Hron
chilis, am! Illei'ilililiof liie I.uiis.
Kai h piicknue nrSanfor'l llndlnil Cure ron'itlii"
Dr. Sunl'orilK I Mi pro veil Inlialini! Tulie. ami lull
dlrtieiliinit for lis line 111 nil ciihi-h. l'rlee One Dollar.
For Mile hy nil wholexule uud retull dniu'u'lls untl
ileulern tlir'uiiejinilt thu ( tilled StiiteH uuil t niindii.
WDKKS.v 1'iil I KI1. to nenil AKeui nail Whole
Blllu l)rui;iiilK, llimtoii, Alu-
VN F.lt't'tro-IJnlranlc, llnttory. foiulilned wlvli 11
lilKlily Mi'dlealed I'liir-ti-r, Ini'iiilni; Ihn Krumimt
furullve lient In the world nf iiiedlclut!, and utterly
nurpuimiiiK all nther plai-lern lureloloru In ii"c.
Thuy aii'oinpllnli more In one week limn the old
pliiHteri In a isliolu year, They do nut pullliile; they
ltelleve AeVctloimnf lilt' Client.
Ili'lli'Vt' Atlei tloiin ol the I.uliKn,
Ih'lievtt AlleelloiiH of the lieurl.
Hellnvn Alleitlonn of the I.lver.
Kellevu Alleioonn of the Opleetl.
Kellevu Allt ctlonn of the Kldneyn.
Ilellevo AiVuctlidin of the Spine.
Ilellevo Afl'ecliolin of llm Nerven.
Iti'lluvt) AHVctioin' of the Mnnrlen.
Kelievt) Airetllonn of the .loiinn.
Kellevu AlVerlliiim of Hie lloiien.
ltelleve Alleetlonn of l lie Mnewa
No mutter what may lie tho extent of tour nnft'er
Inn, try one of Ihene I'lanlern. Itellef in liintiinluui'
oun, a fni't nupporleil liy liinidretln ol tentlnititiiiiln In
our ponnenninn. Hear III mind tlnil llie nmnt hie
porliinl dlneoverlen In phannaey dale liui k lenn tliiiu
tea yearn, and that cuinliliiutluim of uunin nnd en
neni'en of pluiiiH and nlirulin aru herein nulled Willi
Kleelrlcliy to form a eiirutlv I'lanlnr, la nnuthiiiK,
liealluK. and nlri'iiilieulii)i properllen, an Inr nape
rlur lo all oilier Planter lieretofuru In uno an 1 lie
aeluullflu lihynlclua In to the h nine Kmc h.
Berarefill to cull fur Collla'ii Yollnic l'limter IcmI
ynu itet nonie worllilen" Imitation. Hold hy all
Wholi'nale and Ketall iruet;Uln throughout the
l ulled Milieu aiiiU'iimidun. uud by Wl.KlvM & I'UT
TKll, I'ruui'lelur.. DoMuu M.inn.
CO.MMKIICIAI. AVi:. Iietween l-'l I'TII uud
SIXTH NTH.. CAIItO, ll.l,.
UOHSK SIKlKINd n npeihiliv. Ilepnlrlm of nil
kind- of velilelen done iieally and on rlnirt no
tire, ut I lie lowenl pnniiile rn-l.
LEXANDUK COL'NTV HANK,
Coininercial Avenue and Kahili Street,
P. IlltOSS, I'reldi'iit.
I'. NKKK. Vlre I'renldent.
II. WKI.l.S. Cunhler.
T.J. IvtKTll. AnnintantCanlilir.
I'eler Nell'. Cnlru;
I'. M . ilnlerloli.
K. Under. Culm;
Wllllniii Kluse. Cairo:
William Woir, Cairo;
It. I. Illllliie.,.,.. Nl. I.ouin;
J. V. Cli nioii, Culnlniila.
A (1KNKH.W, II NKINil IH'slNKss DONi;, K,.
iV eh.ine nnld and hoiiudit. Iiiien -1 paid iu the
saui.'. Depnilment. Collecllimn inude and uil
hunliienn priuiiplly allendt'd In.
rpili: CITY NATIONAL HANK,
W.I. II A LI. I DAY, I'renldeni.
II. L. 1IA1.I.IDAY. Vifi'1're.ldent.
WAI.TKK IIVSLui'. lanhler.
n. TAAT TAVMitl. W. P. IIAt.l HUT,
11 K N II V L. HAI.LI1IAT, H. II. 1 1 N N 1 NO II AM.
0. U. WILUAKnoN, t-Tkl'lli.1, HOIII.
II. II. CASIlLt.
Kxchaiice, Coin ami United States Itonds
JIOL'IIIIT AND SOLD.
Dt ponltn reielved tud i funeral banklug binitiena
JNTKRI'KISE SAYINGS HANK,
(hrtre(l JlHreh 31, IU(it).
OFlt'ICK IX CITY NATIONAL HANK,
INTEIlKSTp.iiit on rteponltn Man-h It and Sep
teinlier lt. Int. rent um w ithdrawn in udiUd Im
medlutely to the priiu lpiil of the di'pnnltn. theri liy
fivlug the in uoin pound iuierenl.
tfTl!jlMmi(iii'1 marrleil wonu n may deposit
money and no one else can draw It,
W.tl.TKK IIYHLOP, TiiKAKi:it.
WATl HKS. JKWKI.ltY, KT
Edwaijd A. Pudkk
(Succwor lo K. W. Iiuder),
JI A X 1' FA CT V.n 1 NO J K F. I.F.I!,
And Dealer la
Wiitclifs, Clocks, Fine Jewelry
Cor. Fijj'hth St. und Wahiiisfon Ave.
Wiitclnnakcr it Jeweler
No. 10 F.KJHT11 STKKF.T,
li twneti Cominerrhil niul I ('lil'M 111
Wui-hiiiulolwoen., )' ' illlt'. 111.
FINE WATCHWOKK A SPECIALTY.
J'fKiiijriiviiij; and all kindn of repalriui; neuliy
1 All kindn of Solid Jewelrv uiude lo order.
OYSTF.KS AND FISH.
Wholenale mid retail dealer in
OYSTKRS AND FISH,
Oysters in Bulk and Can. Sen Fish,
Native Fish, Celery nnd Came.
I'urtlciiliirntlt'iitloti paid lo ordern from abroad
und all Mock cuurautet d v. hi a nhlpped.
Decorative Paper Hanger
V A 1 KTK 11 !
A SI'KCIALTY MADE OF
Qlain unci Kulsomining.
I.uavu Ordurn at Darciaj-'a or I'uikvr'i Hook Store.
NKW AllVElfnNF.BKNTiS, ,
.) VA N C Y C A II I IS w it l name lOe. Ham orolil
alylua. Aut'i oudt luc. Hull & Co.lluiko.
10 Poi'h'fll'tw J K.MINKNT MKN AND
,", , "UI'UI'1 airi.luinn STOKY 1'APKH
for IDceim. Nntloiial fceekly, WunliluKlnii, I), t.
WANTED A (r"! AUKNT to canviun
, ., ' AJi, 'lnJMil llie adJolnluK town.,
Jor the bent nellliiK houi'liold urlli le. Iu ih worlo
lip top prolltn, write a outetti World .Muuul'aelur
ln ( onipaiiy, V Cllnto I'laie, N. Y,
(iENTM KKAI) THIS.
Wo w ill pny A'iiln nnlarv of $100 tier ninnl
and exiieiini n or iilloit a Ian.' imniliil,iii i.i x.n
our ne and woinlerlil liiMiiilloun, Wu menu what
We nay. Addrenn, uilioui dulnv.
hllKlt.MA.NACU.. M'arnliiill. Ml.hluiii.
Johunon n Atiodym Liniment will ponl'lndv pre.
vent thin terrlhlt'dlneine, and w ill pnlilvely ture
nliKitanen In ten. Inorinulpm that will nave imiiiy
liven .tint free ,y ,n,n. jj,,,,', ,f u 1ImlPD,
u ' V. I i"v l'i"''r 1 "'" r"r''' 'w.ry where.
I. 8. JOHNSON ii ill., lIuiiKor. Maine.
frgi HKXSOX'S CAI'CINE
4a I'OmUIS IMiASTElt.
CKLKllll.VTKD TIIK WOULD OVKK,
Tiie iii iuiifiii'tiirern were awarded the hlishent
and only ined'il elven rutiliiT plai'tern, at both
the Centeiiliiiil and 1'urln I.tponltlotin.
KA It St I'LlllliU TO
Common pnr jiii plutern, linlmeiiN. Um
ejlied elet tiii al appllaiirea, ri II In llie Ik t
known remedy lor ijnueand Weik 13m k. Itheu
mntinin. r'emali! W'eakuena, Selatlca. l.uinlinun.
DUeani d Kldneyn, hpluul Coliiplnliitn. nnd all
III. for whleli nnriiut iln-tern are uned. Afk fuur
Driieulnt fur ilennon'a Chiieliic I'omun I'lanlern
and nee that vou (ft nolhluKelne. Sold by all
Mulled on receipt or price, liy Heaburr tit
Johtiaou. id Mutt .treet, New York.
The (i rea 1 1 )i uret ie Compound.
In i nure. quick retnn!y for all dlieaiwa of the Kld
neyn Illadd'T. and ( Hilary Oruann, eilmlne either
in le.le or female. An. Irritation. liiDuinmatloD. or
I Tcrmliou of Um kldneyn nud lllatlder, druel,
Ntoiii Iu the illadder, lteddhli or Itrlck dim htl.
meet in t rl in.-, 'ihlrk. Cloudy or Htipf
I rin". I'lilnful t'riuulii, lltiwrltlni:. at.
r.oix and liivolnntary Dint harden. Morbid Irri
IMlm of the Hladtler" ami t'rethra. Chronic C
tarnh (if Illndder. Supprennion, retention or la
riiiiiiieiice of t rine. Dluheten, Dronny. Oriranie
Wttkuenn, Kem.tle Ctini Ialnt, ami all Chronic
Mtiiadien of ttia I'riuary and hmiinl Dri;uiia.
7bonandn ran. nttent to I In wonderful curallte
prupertlea in lhte dlneanea.
For Ntvoik Dehilltr, with all it gloomy ltiii
anln - I)l7.zlne. Loin of Memory, lw Hplrtla,
Ac. It In a noveriifn ramedy.
SMDl.ANDKK'S lll'Clil' huoyn up thenrr
twd -'ni'-iu. Iinpartliit; new lire and v'ortiui aetioa
the hIioIh nynlein becoming ntreiithened aud la
TV nure and ank for Kinolaud"r'a Hochn. IrwlM
ttpiD havlnx il, and take no other.
l'EICK ll.fW. SIX HOTTLKS, $5.00.
Ftrnalehr all Wholenaln Dru'ijlnW In CkicK,
ane Medltlne Dealer itetierallv.
JNSUIUNCE AGENCY OF
"Wells it Kei:tii,
Qlinini1 (Uf LlTerpool)
lieeilS ,' capital ..$10,O),00.
M 111. illn Fire and Marine (Millrille, N. t.)
.11 111 lilt f Aim.$l,ii9r7 W.
f mtIMIH.WmI (Of New York Citv).
OIl.IllCH MlfAmeU $ili-SHH6
I "it Ivii "f I'hlladi-lpbla; e.lnbllnhed in 1HM.)
I 1111)11 Anneln, J.'1-VJ.licJ U).
Vi'fi iniiti'v I of Dayton. O.V
r in man sau tiio,wt.
'..i.iii.m 1 Freeport, III.).
iMi'llliin (Annttn ...
v hisks witrrrKX at fair hates.
OHic-K iti AW'xamU'r County Itiiuk.
The Cairo Dox and JJasket Co.
I'looring. Siding. Lath, Kto
At tho very lowest rntea.
Having a Heavy Stock of Lo?;8 on Hand,
Wu arc prepared to
HAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the BkorUtiim otlte.
A SPECIALTY mado of STEAMTlOAT f.UNPKft,
Wuulno nianufat tiireKULIT KUXMATBItlALM
Cracker, Candy l'm.kiuil Hoien Ktavea, lleailluL-i
DYKIXH AND CLEANING.
JJLACK CUAPE VEILS,
NO M ATI' Kit HOW OLD, UCSTY Oil KADRI),
Re-Ujcd niul DroHscd F.qnu'l to New
KAHTON" At CO.,
WKST KOTKT1I HTIIPIKT. CINCINNATI,
r-ilrdein nf three yard oT ( rope or npwura
returued rut or kxi'iikm ratiwur.